iOS 9 is expected to be introduced at Apple’s yearly worldwide developer conference, which takes place between June X and June X. It’s the one time of year where the focus is solely on software. Don’t worry, there will be plenty of time in September and the fall to introduce the iPhone 6S and new iPads. What’s great about Apple is how with each new iOS release, they manage to support a good number of older models. Often you don’t need a new iPhone to experience the new features found in the latest and greatest versions of iOS. It’s like […]
Apple today released a new beta to developers. iOS 8.4 beta was released to developers. The new release features major changes to the Music app, headlined by an all-new design. You can personalize playlists by adding your own images and description. Albums can be played right from the album list. Recently added music is automatically placed at the top of your library. It features a streamlined iTunes Radio and a number of new features. Apple is expected to launch a new streaming service that features Beats, so this is likely changes in advance of that service. The full changelog can be […]
To coincide with the start of pre-orders, Apple started allowing customers to schedule appointments that allow you to try on the Apple Watch. With pre-orders sold in a matter of hours, some models less than 30 minutes, some of these appointments have become people seeking affirmation post-purchase. Did I buy the right size? Do I love the band I chose and what new bands should I buy? But this goes well beyond sizing and bands. After all, this isn’t any ordinary watch. This is the future, on your wrist. While many flocked to the Apple Store during the first weekend, […]
The Apple Watch is the most personal device ever and it’s unlike any product available from Apple. It’s an incredibly exciting product that will change how we interact with technology, but deciding which Apple Watch to buy is no easy task. For one, this is a device was designed to be worn, so you’ll come in contact with the watch case and band materials on a daily basis. There are 38 different models. If you don’t typically wear a watch, there is the added factor of size and weight. With the cheapest model starting at $349, this isn’t a purchase […]
Apple today released iOS 8.3 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new release brings hundreds of new emojis. There are a ton of bug fixes and performance improvements. To upgrade OTA, you’ll need a WiFi connection. Navigate to Settings > General > Software Update. Improved performance for: App launch App responsiveness Messages Wi-Fi Control Center Safari tabs Third-party keyboards Keyboard shortcuts Simplified Chinese keyboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth fixes Fixes an issue where you could be continuously prompted for login credentials Addresses an issue where some devices disconnect intermittently from Wi-Fi networks Fixes an issue where hands-free phone calls […]
In advance of Friday’s pre-order date, Apple has posted a series of videos that showcase the functionality of the Apple Watch. If you’re planning on picking up the watch or on the fence, these videos should provide you with a better understanding of how you’ll interact with it, the functionality and how it works. You can find the Apple Watch Guided Tour videos on their website.
Starting at 12:00 AM PST (that’s 3:00 AM EST), you’ll be able to pre-order the Apple Watch. Are you planning on ordering or will you be taking our advice and skipping the pre-order frenzy. Typical Apple Store pre-order rules apply. It’s a good idea to have your account in good standing with a valid credit card. If you’re spending big, you might want to give advance notice to your credit card company. Nobody likes waking up at 3 a.m and that can easily be made worse if your card gets declined. In years past, people have had luck using the […]
If you are frequently calling a contact that requires an extension, the process of entering the extra digits can be time consuming. If you are in the car, for safety reasons you should not be accessing phone, so it makes it difficult to call those contacts who are not direct numbers. Whether it’s your wife, husband or you want to simplify those dreaded calls to your cable company, the iPhone makes it easy. Read on for our guide on how to add extensions to iPhone contact numbers.
It’s that time of year again, where the sound of a bat cracking a ball and the smell of freshly cut grass permeates the air. It’s baseball season and that can mean only one thing, it’s time to crunch numbers in anticipation for your fantasy baseball draft. If you are looking to get an edge on your competition, then you are going to need help. When looking at the field of available apps, it’s hard to argue for anything but Rotowire Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit 2015 as the absolute best fantasy baseball app for iPad and iPhone. Read on for […]
It’s hard not to be excited about the Apple Watch. It’s capabilities go well beyond tracking steps, telling time and the occasional informational glance. When you pack so much technology into a small watch case, it’s reasonable that battery life won’t be more than a typical day. Much of the focus on the functionality of the Apple Watch has been push information, subtle interactions and the occasional call. Features that won’t require a significant amount of battery. It’s certainly going to bring a significant amount of change to how communicate and more importantly, the role our phones will play once […]